Terri Timely's documentary "Dollhouse" is featured in The New Yorker & Nowness
 

"Dollhouse,” a seven-minute documentary short by the directing team Terri Timely, begins with piano music and a shot of a woman in an apron sitting at a table, putting on rubber gloves. She’s surrounded by jars of paintbrushes and baby-doll parts on sticks: arms, heads, legs. In a voice-over, she says, “I like to watch ‘M*A*S*H’—that’s my favorite go-to one for when I’m reborning.” The film follows her around her dimly lit suburban house as she works on creating and selling reborns: extremely realistic dolls of newborn babies.  
 
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